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|Other titles||Mineral resources, Little Wood River Wilderness Study Area, Idaho.|
|Statement||by Richard F. Sanford ... [et al.].|
|Series||Mineral resources of wilderness study areas--south-central Idaho ;, ch. D, U.S. Geological Survey bulletin ;, 1721, Studies related to wilderness--Bureau of Land Management wilderness study areas|
|Contributions||Sanford, Richard F.|
|LC Classifications||QE75 .B9 no. 1721-D, TN24.I2 .B9 no. 1721-D|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 15 p. :|
|Number of Pages||15|
|LC Control Number||89600074|
OCLC Number: Notes: Shipping list no.: P. Map in pocket, Plate 1: Map showing mineral resource potential, geology, geochemical sampling sites, and mine and prospect locations of the Little Wood River wilderness area and vicinity, Idaho, Mineral resources of the Little Owyhee River Wilderness study area, Owyhee County, Idaho Mineral resources of the Little Owyhee River Wilderness study area, Owyhee County, Idaho: Series title: Bulletin: Series number: Chapter: C: DOI: /bC: Edition-Year . The Little Wood River Wilderness Study Area is in south-central Idaho 12 mi west-northwest of Hailey. This study area consists of Paleozoic sedimentary rocks overlain by Tertiary volcanic rocks. The parts of this study area that are underlain by Paleozoic rocks have moderate mineral resource potential for silver, barite, copper, lead, zinc, gold, and tungsten in epithermal deposits. Mineral Resources of the Little Owyhee River Wilderness Study Area, Owyhee County, Idaho By Jay A. Ach and Harley D. King U.S. Geological Survey Alan R. Buehler and Donald O. Capstick U.
means it’s official. Federal government websites often end Before sharing sensitive information, make sure you’re on a federal government site. In Idaho, BLM manages over 4, acres of public lands in the Little Wood River Wilderness Study Area. Characterized by mountainous terrain cut by steep drainages, the Little Wood River is lined with cottonwoods and willows. The area supports year-round populations of mule deer, blue grouse and sage grouse. Raptors use the cottonwoods in the canyon bottoms for nest sites. Mineral resources of the Little Wood River Wilderness Study Area, Blaine County, Idaho Mineral resources of the Lost Spring Canyon wilderness study area, Grand County, Utah Mineral resources of the Lower Burro Creek Wilderness study area, Mohave and Yavapai counties, Arizona. Mineral Resources of the Sand Butte Wilderness Study Area, Lincoln County, Idaho, and the Raven's Eye Wilderness Study Area, Blaine and Lincoln Counties, Idaho By Margo I. Toth, Barbara B. Nevins, and Dolores M. Kulik, U.S. Geological Survey, and Alan R. Buehler and Phillip R. .
2 days ago Blaine County’s gross domestic product surpassed its mid s heights in and , fulfilling an eight-year rise out of the pit caused by the Great Recession. The Mineral Hill district is located in the vicinity of Hailey and Bellevue, at the south end of the Wood River mining district was predominantly a producer of silver, lead, and zinc with some production of associated gold. Little Wood River near Tikura Hailey, the largest town in the area, with a population of 1, ( census), is also the county seat of Blaine County. Other villages in the area include Bellevue, Gannett, and Picabo. Idaho State Highway 23 and U. S Highway presently serve the area. A branch. Located approximately 10 miles north of Carey, Idaho, off Highway The Little Wood Reservoir is fed by the Little Wood River at the base of the Majestic Pioneer Mountains. It is popular for boating and fishing. More Information.